This is a sequel to my last post.
The steep cliff overlooking the Yangtze River is just striking. The river level was raised due to the impounding of water by the Three Gorges dam.
Just imagine what it was like when the river was a lot lower!
This week’s photo challenge is Edge.
They have withstood thousands of years of waves pounding on their face.
Some of them may have been formed from sea caves after the top part collapsed.
I like the very steep face.
The other photo shows in more detail the lower part of the cliffs which have to batter the sea in its never ending battle.
Most tourists head for the fortress side of Dubrovnik; we did the same too.
For a change, this picture was taken towards the sea, away from the fortresses, when the sun has set.
We were walking back to the hotel and my eyes were captured by the very peaceful feeling of the sea and the cliffs and the lone house by the seaside.
Altogether, a very soothing view!
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This week’s WPC challenge is Wall.
But natural walls – part of a cliff like wall in Zhangjiajie in China.
You can also see trees that cling to the face of the cliff too.